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Starting a Business? Here's What You'll Be Up Against (Infographic) From slow sales to finding funding -- a breakdown of the struggles that entrepreneurs face.

By Kathleen Davis

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No one ever said starting a business was easy, especially these days. If you're starting a business or just starting to plan one, it can pay to know what you're in for.

Slow sales and unpredictable business conditions are two of the biggest challenges you'll face. Have a look at what's in store for entrepreneurs in this new infographic from Clarity, an online community of entrepreneurs.

Starting a Business? Here Is What You Will Be Up Against

Kathleen Davis is the former associate editor at Entrepreneur.com.

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